## 14/03/2020

### AC Fundamental Interview Question Answer - 3

 41 Describe the relation between Resonance power and off resonance power. The off resonance power = P / ( 1 + Q2 )        Where P = Power at resonance and Q = Tangent of the circuit        Phase angle The off resonance power is reduced by factor ( 1 + Q2 ) to that of resonance power. 42 Explain the following terms: Impedance, Admittance, Conductance, Inductive reactive, Inductive susceptance, Capacitive reactance and  Capacitive susceptance Impedance ( Z ) It is defined as the combined effect of resistance and (inductive or capacitive) reactance. Its unit is ohm.            Z = r + j XL                      OR            Z = r –  j XC  Admittance ( Y ) The reciprocal of impedance is called as admittance. Its unit is Siemens.         Y = 1 / Z  Conductance ( G ) The reciprocal of resistance is called as conductance.  Its unit is ohm-1.           G = 1 / R  Inductive reactive ( XL ) The opposition offered by the inductance to the flow of current is called as inductive reactance. It is donated by XL = 2πfL  Inductive Susceptance ( BL ) The reciprocal of inductive reactance is called as inductive susceptance. The inductive susceptance is taken as negative because the inductive reactance is taken as positive.         BL=1 / XL  Capacitive reactance ( XC ) The opposition offered by the inductance to the flow of current is called as inductive reactance. It is donated by XC = 1 / 2πfC Capacitive susceptance ( BC ) The reciprocal of capacitive reactance is known as capacitive susceptance. The capacitive susceptance is taken as positive because the capacitive reactance is taken as negative.         BC =1 / XC 43 At which condition the conductance is reciprocal of resistance and susceptance is reciprocal of inductive reactance in the series RL circuit? Impedance of series RL circuit         = R + jXL         =  ( R + jXL ) / ( R2 + XL2 )         = [ R / ( R2 + XL2 )] + j [ XL / ( R2 + XL2 )]         = G + jB  Therefore        G = [ R / ( R2 + XL2 )]        B = [ XL / ( R2 + XL2 )] When the inductive reactance becomes zero, the conductance is reciprocal of resistance. Similarly when the resistance becomes zero, the susceptance is reciprocal of inductive reactance. 44 Describe the condition for Parallel Resonance. Parallel Resonance The circuit is called as parallel resonance when the net reactance of the circuit becomes zero. 45 Define : Series Resonance Frequency Series Resonance Frequency It is frequency at which net reactance of the circuit becomes zero.         fr = 1 / 2π √ ( LC ) 46 Define : Parallel Resonance Frequency Parallel Resonance Frequency It is frequency at which net reactive component of the circuit becomes zero.        fr = √ [( 1 / LC ) – ( R2 / L2 )] 47 Give reason : The parallel resonance circuit is called as rejector circuit. Rejector circuit The parallel resonance circuit is called as rejector circuit because it rejects that frequency with it resonates. 48 Give reason : The parallel resonance is also referred as current resonance. Current Resonance The parallel resonance is called as current resonance because current circulates between two parallel branches is much higher than the supply current. 49 Describe the effect of frequency on the susceptance of the parallel resonance circuit. Capacitive Susceptance It is directly proportional to the applied frequency. As the frequency increases, the capacitive susceptance increases. Inductive Susceptance It is inversely proportional to the applied frequency. As the frequency increases, the inductive susceptance decreases. 50 Explain the term : Q factor of parallel circuit Q factor of Parallel circuit It is defined as the current circulating between two parallel branches to the supply current. 51 Describe the significance of Q factor in the series resonance circuit and parallel resonance circuit. Significance of Q factor The Q factor in the series resonance indicates voltage magnification whereas it indicates current magnification in the parallel resonance circuit.

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